Resistance to Hitler in Germany Essay by The Research Group

Resistance to Hitler in Germany
This paper discusses the resistance to Hitler during the Third Reich: Assassination attempts, conspiracies, leaders, moral, political and religious motives, popular opposition and passive and active resistance.
# 21652 | 2,025 words | 6 sources | 1994 | US
Published on Mar 05, 2003 in History (Leaders) , History (European - World Wars)

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"This paper will review six books concerning the resistance movement in Germany during the Third Reich. The first part of the paper will briefly discuss the background of the German resistance to the Nazi regime. The second part of the paper will compare three of the narrative works on the subject. The third part of the paper will compare three works which emphasize the moral dimensions of the resistance.

What has traditionally been lacking in the histories of the Nazi period in Germany is any study of the opposition to Hitler after he became Chancellor in 1933. A student of this period virtually comes to the conclusion that there was no serious opposition and that almost all elements of German society were "four-square" behind Hitler and the war he started. "

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